Photographer Mary Sheft describes her work:
"Compelling images are waiting to be discovered wherever I am. I find them in a striking Marin landscape, a bold architectural detail, a backyard bird, or rain on a patio window. If a scene arrests me, I work to understand why, and then capture this core.
I compose my photographs from unusual vantage points, or with dramatic light, often revealing something singular that could be overlooked or taken for granted. My impressionistic and abstract work conveys a scene's essence or emotion, rather than literal reality."
Her award-winning photographs are regularly on exhibit in the San Francisco Bay Area, and have also been published in Bay Area magazines.
Meet her during the reception on Tuesday February 9, from 6-8pm. The exhibit will run from February 8-March 9.
The exhibit can be seen during Library open hours when the room is not in use.